transition, high school students, disabilities
Although there are many transitions that occur in a young person’s life, transition from high school to adulthood can be one of the most challenging. This transition requires autonomy and decision-making skills. To support youth in having positive outcomes after high school, it is imperative for teachers to have strategies to guide students in making informed decisions as they begin the transition process. This article provides teachers with strategies and resources to help youth build autonomy, make informed decisions, and gain information via web-based resources to support the transition from high school into postschool life. Steps for building autonomy, evaluating web-based resources, and investigating web-based resources to support transition are included.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Rowe, Dawn A.; McNaught, John; Yoho, Louise; Davis, Mariya T.; and Mazzotti, Mazzotti, "Helping Students Make Informed Decisions About Transition Via Web-Based Resources" (2018). Special Education Faculty Publications. 2.
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This is the Accepted Version of the article. For the final, published version please see:
Rowe, D. A., McNaught, J., Yoho, L. M., Davis, M., & Mazzotti, V. L. (2018). Helping Students Make Informed Decisions About Transition Via Web-Based Resources. Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals, 41(4), 252–259. https://doi.org/10.1177/2165143417736266 Copyright © 2017 (Hammill Institute on Disabilities). Reprinted by permission of SAGE Publications.